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  • Diligence Leading to Exploration Monday Mar 18 2019

    BYU Marriott School of Business information systems professor Jeff Jenkins is no stranger to the hard work and patience needed to delve into unexplored areas of his discipline. Growing up on a dairy farm in Rigby, Idaho, taught him about diligence, an attribute Jenkins has had to continually rely on during nearly ten years of researching areas of untapped research.


  • MPA Students' Younique Event Friday Mar 15 2019

    MPA students from the BYU Marriott School of Business volunteered with the Younique Foundation on Valentine’s Day 2019 to tie blankets for sexual abuse survivors. The Younique Foundation is a public charity that is supported by Younique, a makeup sales company. The foundation’s goal is to inspire hope in women who were sexually abused as children by providing healing services through retreats, survivor communities, and online resources.


  • Where Creativity Meets Research Thursday Mar 14 2019

    Who wouldn’t enjoy a new cereal made from their favorite donut brand? That’s just one of the questions BYU Marriott’s Marketing Lab has explored recently. Innovative ideas require research, data, and analysis, and at a fraction of the cost of competitors, the lab offers just that.


  • Race, Gender, and Age Affect Who Writes Majority Opinions for State Supreme Courts Wednesday Mar 13 2019

    A new study coauthored by a BYU researcher provides evidence that the gender, age and race of state supreme court justices may influence whether they are asked to write the majority opinion in a case.


  • Ninth Harvard Business Review Article Published by BYU Strategy Professor Wednesday Mar 13 2019

    Getting published in the Harvard Business Review is difficult, but BYU Marriott School of Business strategy professor Jeff Dyer seems to have successfully faced the challenge. He just had a ninth article published in the Jan–Feb 2019 issue.


  • US News 2020 Rankings: BYU Business and Law Moving Up in Top 40 Tuesday Mar 12 2019

    Another round of graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report brings another round of good news for BYU programs. BYU’s Law and Business programs each moved up in the 2020 rankings released today, with the Marriott School of Business coming in at No. 32 and the J. Reuben Clark Law School landing at No. 39.


  • BYU Marriott MBA Program Tops Worldwide Ranking Friday Mar 08 2019

    When it comes to who best trains their graduates, the BYU Marriott MBA program was awarded a No. 1 worldwide ranking by Bloomberg Businessweek.


  • One Man and a Craving Thursday Mar 07 2019

    With a line out the door every morning, a feature in a Food Network series, and an astonishing recipe, it’s no wonder Hruska’s Kolaches, a pastry bakery in Provo, Utah, continues to see its fame rise.


  • Professor Receives Award for Outstanding Contribution to IS Education Tuesday Mar 05 2019

    From the comfort of his office, BYU Marriott School of Business information systems professor James Gaskin has taken on some of the most difficult concepts in statistics and taught them to a global audience.


  • Thought Leader Receives Cornia Award Tuesday Mar 05 2019

    University of North Carolina public administration professor Leisha DeHart-Davis reconnected with longtime research colleagues—now current BYU Marriott School of Business faculty—when she spoke as award recipient of this year’s Gary C. Cornia Lecture Series.


  • Impressive Research Plus Outstanding Academic Service Equals Lifetime Achievement Award Friday Mar 01 2019

    With his impactful research record, years of academic service, and distinguished publication history, BYU Marriott School of Business Associate Dean Steve Glover was an obvious choice for the Outstanding Audit Educator Award.


  • Creating a More Inclusive Environment Thursday Feb 28 2019

    When the BYU Marriott Inclusion Committee spoke to students about their experiences in the business school, the group discovered something: students wanted to develop inclusive attitudes that they could carry with them into the workplace.


  • Excusez Moi, No Need to Pardon our French Team Wednesday Feb 27 2019

    BYU's French language team made no apologies at the Whitmore Global Management Center's annual Business Language Case Competition held during the fall 2018 semester, taking first place in the brand-new French category.


  • Six Wins For Nonprofit Minor Students in Orlando Monday Feb 25 2019

    Every year the BYU Marriott School of Business nonprofit management minor program sends students to the Alliance Management Institute Conference in Orlando, Florida, to participate in case studies, interviews, speakers, and competitions. Between the students' work ethic outside of class and BYU Marriott's nonprofit program classes, the students prepared to win big this year in Orlando.


  • A Career of Inspiring Connections Thursday Feb 14 2019

    From her college years on, Rose Palmer has connected people, organizations, and communities—leaving them stronger than they were before. When she was a student at BYU, she grew BYU Women's Conference seven-fold. Palmer is now back as a staff member, connecting students to the BYU Marriott School of Business Ballard Center through her position as event coordinator.


  • Creative Tech Events with a Side of Cake Monday Feb 11 2019

    Finding a degree that encompasses everything a student wants in a career can be hard. Lisa Stringham, who was looking for a business core and a creative outlet, found the Department of Experience Design and Management program at BYU Marriott had a lot to offer.


  • BYU MBA Prepared Student Team for National Competition Thursday Feb 07 2019

    Four BYU Marriott School MBA students took first place at the 12th Annual National Case Competition in Ethical Leadership at Baylor University. The competition, held 8-9 November, 2018, in Waco, Texas, is designed to advance the development of ethical leaders through experiential learning.


  • Seizing the Day Monday Feb 04 2019

    Balancing personal passions with demanding coursework is an art that can take years to perfect. But BYU Marriott MAcc alum James Bounous did just that, building a successful academic career while starring in roles such as Quasimodo from Hunchback of Notre Dame and Jack Kelly in Newsies on some of Utah's most popular stages.


  • Constructing New Horizons at New Haven Thursday Jan 31 2019

    Two women from BYU Marriott's therapeutic recreation major have teamed up to help adolescent girls strengthen themselves and themselves and their families.


  • Five Years of Finance Wednesday Jan 30 2019

    The finance department has grown leaps and bounds since becoming a major in 2013.